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SFGTV
Oct 1, 2012 12:00am PDT
word. juno, it's incredible what you have done. i am so proud of you and the organization. for the odd densz that don't know this i was in the sister organization at the birth of this organization was formed and it was just her and her and her, and look at what it's now, the impact it's had. it's great for me personally to see the growth and what you have done for our families so congratulations. what do i do now? voting. w÷w÷ >> thank you commissioner. ( roll call). >> you have six aye's. [applause] >> i honestly didn't expect that but thank you guys. and it wasn't just me. i actually started at support for families as a parent using its services, but thank you. i had a long thing i was going to say but i'm going to shorten it and i just want to say as a representative of families of children with disabilities for the first time in a really long time we are feeling hopeful, and it's because we are working in a school district that understands the challenges of the children and families and is actually doing something about it. the fact that you say every child has the right to b
CBS
Oct 27, 2012 11:00pm PDT
did have the magnitude 7.7 earthquake that struck outside of juno, alaska. while we do have tsunami warnings in effect for hawaii, we do now have a tsunami advisory in effect, 80 miles northwest of san francisco to the oregon border. meanwhile, all eyes on hurricane sandy, brushing up against the carolinas, racing along. this is taking up a whole lot of real estate. its winds extending out 450 nautical miles, big, big storm. it's going to impact and affect about 60 million people, once it does make landfall perhaps late tomorrow night or early monday morning, dumping copious amounts of precipitation. anywhere about a foot of rain expected, before it becomes a real big snowmaker. so power outages, with winds up to 70 miles an hour anticipated. and just to throw another little ingredient into the mix, we do have a full mean slated, so higher tides as well. back at home, this is the scene in san jose under clear skies. air temperatures right now into the 50's and 60's. we notice a few clouds drifting in and out before sunup tomorrow morning. tonight's lows, into the 50's, all the way i
MSNBC
Oct 1, 2012 3:00pm EDT
the pro life films "juno" and "knocked up." you can make a conservative themed film -- >> it has to be a good piece of art. >> right. the problem a lot of times talking about is exactly, and i agree with almost everything just said. there are times when the politics of a film essentially doesn't matter or it can communicate in a lot of different levels, they have to concentrate on craft. most of the time these conservative and christian themed films are just not well made. >> andrew, didn't take any alcoholic birjs or lapses in judgment to get you here today i hope from salon.com we both work there. thanks for joining us. >>> the new list of schools that aren't just good for students but the future of america and for once, harvard is not getting top honors. guest which cyclist alma mater is on the list? not mine. and you learned something along the way. this is the age of knowing what you're made of. so, why let erectile dysfunction get in your way? talk to your doctor about viagra. 20 million men already have. ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you t
CBS
Oct 2, 2012 7:00am EDT
announced $500,000 people to 23 people. two of them join us this morning, juno diaz and chris thile. welcome, and congratulations. >> thank you for having us. >> are you surprised? >> they gave us a little heads up, but then we're real surprised. >> and what does it mean? $500,000. >> well, the first thing that i thought, aside from i was sure that my band mates were pranking me. >> somebody made a mistake. >> this could still be part of the prank. they could have gotten they're like guess what, you got a macarthur. >> why is that so important to us? because it's who we are. >> i'm not sure how common it is. they had that list of top hundred books in america, that people should read. not a single one of them had anything to do with immigration. i mean -- >> i've interviewed a lot of novelists over the years whose first novel was about their experience of coming to america. >> sure. i think that there's something about shifting worlds, coming from one world to the next. that for a lot of people, it strikes a cord. even if you didn't come from another country, the idea of how do you m
CBS
Oct 2, 2012 7:00am PDT
$500,000 people to 23 people. two of them join us this morning, juno diaz and chris thile. welcome, and congratulations. >> thank you for having us. >> are you surprised? >> they gave us a little heads up, but then we're real surprised. >> and what does it mean? $500,000. >> well, the first thing that i thought, aside from i was sure that my band mates were pranking me. >> somebody made a mistake. >> this could still be part of the prank. they could have gotten >> i found out mark arthur office. they said you got a macarthur. >> you write about the experience. that's a common theme in literature. why is that so important to us? >> well i'm not sure how common it is. they have the top 100 books that americans should read. it has nothing to do with immigration. >> there are a lot of novelists of people coming to america. >> there is a lot of shifting worlds. for a lot of people, it strikes a chord. if you did not come from another country, the idea of how did you make a home somewhere new. is common to anyone going to college or shifting towns. it makes explicit. >> and being part of
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